IF Your Skin is Sensitive, Here Are 5 Tip’s You Shouldn’t Ignore.




One of the most common skin conditions is sensitive skin, and most of us will experience sensitive skin at some point in our lives. Even if you’ve never had dry skin, the chance of developing skin sensitivity increases with age because the skin’s natural production of oils and cells slows down. Adjusting from flawless skin to sensitive skin can be difficult, but don’t worry—the right skincare products and some tips will help you get there.

Skin sensitivity

Sensitive skin’s inability to tolerate severe settings, chemicals, or even certain foods is called sensitive skin. In addition to the aging process, other variables that can worsen skin sensitivity include humidity, low temperatures, and stress. Food sensitivities, such as gluten or lactose intolerance, have also been shown to exacerbate skin conditions and increase skin sensitivity.

Instead of being a specific medical diagnosis, sensitive skin is a common issue. Because of your genetic makeup and the way your lipid barrier is built, you can be more susceptible to skin irritants than other people. All that indicates that you have sensitive skin is that it is more sensitive than usual.

I have five tips that, when combined, can help you have better-looking and more sensitive skin if you ever struggle with redness, irritation, or inflammation on your skin.

5. Suggestions for delicate skin

1. The first tip supported by most dermatologists is to avoid over-washing, over-exfoliating, or over-treating your delicate skin. In this sense, you should try to stay away from harsh skincare products.

2. Know your skin type and identify your triggers!

Skin sensitivity can have many causes and severity. Your best bet is to see a dermatologist to find your triggers. However, you should stay away from highly refined skincare products like strong chemical cleansers, as they can be too harsh for your skin.

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Using the wrong topical treatment can cause itching, dryness, and redness. Soaps, detergents, dyes, and fragrances tend to irritate people with sensitive skin. To ensure that the ingredients in a product are natural and none of them cause allergies or sensitivities in you, I suggest you check the ingredient list carefully.

3. While everyone enjoys long, hot showers,

It’s best to use lukewarm or cold water and avoid long showers when bathing sensitive skin. Moisture can aggravate dry skin conditions by exacerbating them.

4. In addition to UV rays

Lack of sleep, hormones, and even air pollution can cause skin problems. In this sense, you should protect your skin from pollutants by wearing sunscreen all year round.

I recommend you read our previous blog post, “Face the City,” which explains how to use Chatelier’s Pure Cell Protection to protect your skin from pollution and UV rays. The natural ingredients in this miracle serum are all your skin needs to heal itself overnight and get ready for the city the next day.

5. Remember to hydrate

A weakened lipid barrier on your skin makes it easier for moisture to escape! I can’t stress this enough: moisturizing is essential if you want to prevent dry skin, which increases your irritation. Because they restore the lipid barrier and retain moisture, humectants and emollients such as glycerin and hyaluronic acid usually work together with sensitivities. I would use a light moisturizer like Chatelier’s Creme Vitale because it’s important to choose a moisturizer that doesn’t make your skin too oily. The ultra-light day cream, Crème Vitale, is made with completely natural ingredients. It absorbs into the top layer of your skin to replenish moisture and strengthen your skin’s natural barrier.

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